Careers with ASI

Autism Spectrum Interventions (ASI) is rapidly growing and is looking for;

  • BCBA’s
  • Master’s Level Supervisors
  • Direct Interventionists

ASI seeks out individuals who are driven to oversee high quality intervention and are excited by the possibilities of growth and expansion.

ASI has doubled in size across the last year and is expected to surpass that growth rate in the upcoming year.

ASI is currently developing partnership opportunities to be presented to ASI staff who demonstrate a commitment to ASI and demonstrate the highest level of clinical skills.

ASI is interested in folks who want to demonstrate to the world that ASI is the Premier Autism Service Provider.

ASI has work opportunities for Salaried and Hourly staff.

ASI attracts the best staff because we are committed to maximizing the potential of every one of our employees.  If you demonstrate the clinical abilities and have the necessary drive, ASI can offer you career opportunities that no other agency can offer.

Employment Opportunities

ASI Offers Employees

  • High Paying Salaries
  • Opportunities for Career Advancement
  • Health Insurance (ASI covering 100% of most salaried staffs premium)
  • Dental & Life Insurance
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Laptops
  • Cell phone Stipends
  • CEU Funds
  • Flexible work schedules
  • On site CPI training
  • Generous vacation pay, sick time pay and paid holiday time

Current Openings

A Divisional Clinical Supervisor holds a supervisory role in Autism Spectrum Interventions and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

Qualifications

  • Possess a valid driver’s license, have access to reliable transportation and have proof of automobile insurance
  • Complete and pass livescan fingerprint check
  • Must have three or more years of experience providing ABA interventions with individuals with ASD, ID, PDD, CP or other developmental disabilities or combination of disabilities
  • Has met the educational, experiential and examination requirements of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. for certification in the United States as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
  • Able to work with and communicate with all team members including parents/caregivers and funding source staff
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of DTT, PECS, PRT, incidental teachings and other ABA strategies and is able to work independently
  • Available to commute to different locations to provide services
  • Communicates effectively in an oral and written format
  • Ability to independently and repeatedly lift, move and carry objects weighing up to thirty-five (35) pounds
  • Able to sit on the ground, sit on small chairs and bend and move at the waist
  • Understands and uses advanced computer operations

Job Description

  • Ensures program quality indicators are in place
  • Ensures ASI is providing quality programming
  • Evaluates One-to-One Interventionists, Lead Interventionists, Supervisors and all other ASI staff’s job performance with the exception of other Divisional Clinical Supervisor, Associate Clinical Director, Clinical Director and the Executive Clinical Director
  • Supervises and trains One-to-One Interventionists, Lead Interventionists, Supervisors, Assessors and all other ASI employees with the exception of Divisional Clinical Supervisor, Associate Clinical Director, Clinical Director and the Executive Clinical Director
  • Writes, revises, reviews and signs progress reports and FBA reports
  • Conducts FBA assessments for new consumers and writes assessment reports
  • Trains consultants and supervisors to conduct FBA assessments for new consumers and writes assessment reports
  • Monitors consumers program progress
  • Facilitates and participates in client clinic meetings when applicable
  • Helps to create stimuli for the program
  • Collaborates with parents and other personnel working with the consumer
  • Creates goals for program
  • Attends meetings for clients such as PTM, IEP or clinic meeting
  • Assists in scheduling consumers with ASI staff
  • Assists in interviewing and hiring new staff
  • Works directly with consumer to model proper implementation of intervention plans for parents/caregivers
  • Observes parents/caregivers implementing intervention plans and provides feedback
  • Reviews consumer’s data and progress with parents/caregivers
  • Troubleshoots with parents/caregivers and staff and revises plans as needed

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A Licensed Divisional Clinical Supervisor holds a supervisory role in Autism Spectrum Interventions and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or a Licensed Psychologist.

Qualifications

  • Conduct themselves in a professional, responsible and reliable manner
  • Have a motivation to learn new skills and help people
  • Possess a valid driver license, have access to reliable transportation and have proof of automobile insurance.
  • Complete and pass livescan fingerprint check
  • Has two or more years of experience with individuals with special needs such as: ASD, ID, PDD, CP or other developmental disabilities or combination of disabilities
  • Has met the educational, experiential and examination requirements of the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) for a minimum of two years
  • Must have been licensed for at least two years.
  • Able to work with and communicate with all team members including parents/caregivers and funding source staff
  • Demonstrate an understanding of ABA strategies such as DTT, PECS, PRT, incidental teachings strategies is preferred.
  • Available to commute to different locations to provide services
  • Communicates effectively in an oral and written format
  • Ability to independently and repeatedly lift, move and carry objects weighing up to thirty-five (35) pounds
  • Able to sit on the ground, sit on small chairs and bend and move at the waist
  • Understands and uses advanced computer operations

Job Description

  • Ensures program quality indicators are in place
  • Ensures ASI is providing quality programming
  • Evaluates One-to-One Interventionists, Lead Interventionists, Supervisors and all other ASI staff’s job performance with the exception of the Associate Clinical Director, Clinical Director and the Executive Clinical Director
  • Supervises and trains One-to-One Interventionists, Lead Interventionists, Supervisors, Assessors and all other ASI employees with the exception of the Associate Clinical Director, Clinical Director and the Executive Clinical Director
  • Works under the direction of the Associate Clinical Director, Clinical Director and the Executive Clinical Director
  • Writes, revises, reviews and signs progress reports and FBA reports
  • Trains consultants and supervisors to/and completes assessments for new consumers and writes assessment reports
  • Monitors consumers program progress
  • Facilitates and participates in client clinic meetings when applicable
  • Helps to create stimuli for the program
  • Collaborates with parents and other personnel working with the consumer
  • Creates goals for program
  • Attends meetings for clients such as PTM, IEP or clinic meeting
  • Assists in scheduling consumers with ASI staff
  • Assists in interviewing and hiring new staff
  • Works directly with consumer to model proper implementation of intervention plans for parents/caregivers
  • Observes parents/caregivers implementing intervention plans and provides feedback
  • Reviews consumer’s data and progress with parents/caregivers
  • Troubleshoots with parents/caregivers and staff and revises plans as needed

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One-to-One services are provided by staff trained in basic behavior analytic principles and preferably someone with a bachelor’s degree. Staff providing One-to-One services are provided on-going supervision and training by Autism Spectrum Interventions.

Qualifications

  • Have a motivation to learn new skills and help people
  • Be over the age of 18
  • Possess a reliable source of transportation
  • Possess a valid driver’s license and have proof of automobile insurance
  • Complete and pass livescan fingerprint check
  • Passed a recent (with-in two years) tuberculosis test
  • Be enrolled in college courses or completed at least one year of college coursework or have over one year experience working with individuals with ASD, ID, PDD, CP or other developmental disabilities or combination of disabilities
  • Be available to commute to different locations to provide services
  • Ability to independently and repeatedly lift, move and carry objects weighing up to thirty-five (35) pounds
  • Able to sit on the ground, sit on small chairs and bend and move at the waist
  • Have successfully completed the minimum competency training
  • Understand and use basic computer operations

Job Description

  • Implements Lanterman Program Services at consumer’s home and community
  • Implements behavior intervention as appropriate
  • Collects, records and summarizes data on target behaviors
  • Maintains updated notebook and record of consumer’s program
  • Implements changes as requested by supervisor
  • Monitors consumers program and progress
  • Attends and participates in team meetings
  • Collaborates with parents and other personnel working with the consumer
  • Provides parent education under the supervision of the Supervisor or Lead Interventionist
  • Helps to create stimuli for the program
  • Works under the supervision of the Supervisor and Lead Interventionist

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